Paul Calderón is a Puerto Rican-born American stage and screen actor best known for his performances in the films King of New York, Pulp Fiction, and The Last Castle, as well as on television in Miami Vice, Law & Order: SVU, Boardwalk Empire, Fear the Walking Dead and Bosch.
What is the Net Worth of Paul Calderón? Salary, Earnings
Many online sites estimate Paul Calderón’s net worth to be between $1 million and $3 million. His income originates from his long career as an actor in films and on television.
Since his debut in 1984, Calderón has appeared in over a hundred films and television series, including King of New York, Pulp Fiction, and The Last Castle.
He is most known for his appearances in television programs such as Miami Vice, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Boardwalk Empire, Fear the Walking Dead and Bosch.
Where was Paul Calderón born? Ethnicity, Nationality, Family, Education
Paul Calderón was born in 1959 in Puerto Rico to an Afro-Caribbean father and a Puerto Rican mother. He is somewhere between the ages of 60 and 61.
When he was six years old, his family immigrated to the United States, residing in New York City’s Lower East Side and Spanish Harlem. Following a brief term at university, Calderón enlisted in the United States Army.
Calderón backpacked through South America and Mexico as a pastime and anthropology student after being discharged from the military.
|Catherine E Salsich (1986 – present)|
|Tenement, Sticky Fingers, Sea of Love, King of New York, Pulp Fiction, Sweet Nothing, The Last Castle, The Sentinel, West End, Welcome to New York, The Strike|
|One Life to Live, Miami Vice, The Equalizer, New York Undercover, Law & Order, Hostages, Water with Lemon, Boardwalk Empire, Fear the Walking Dead, Bosch|
Is Paul Calderón Single? Relationship
Paul Calderón and Catherine E. Salsich have been married for around 45 years. They married in 1986 and have been together ever since. They have a daughter and a son.
How did Paul Calderón start his Professional Career?
Calderón returned to the United States after visiting Peru, Brazil, and Mexico, where he studied and acted in off-Broadway productions. He made his Broadway debut in the performance of Short Eyes at Manhattan’s Second Stage Theatre.
He co-starred alongside Robert De Niro in the Broadway production of Cuba and His Teddy Bear and is a founder member of the Touchstone Theatre in Vancouver, BC, the American Folk Theatre, and the Labyrinth Theater Company.
Tenement, Sticky Fingers, Sea of Love, King of New York, Pulp Fiction, Sweet Nothing, The Last Castle, The Sentinel, West End, Welcome to New York, and The Strike are among the films in which Calderón has appeared.
In addition to One Life to Live, he has appeared in Miami Vice, The Equalizer, New York Undercover, Law & Order, Hostages, Water with Lemon, Boardwalk Empire, Fear the Walking Dead and Bosch.
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